Posts Tagged ‘ Chair ’

Futuristic MetroNaps EnergyPod


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EnergyPod MetroNaps is a futuristic chair that will allow you to relax in comfort and privacy. EnergyPods feature is that it has built-in speakers which will wake you from a dream with soft sounds. The EnergyPod is an innovative and elegant solution to a modern problem: where to take a brief nap while at work. Based on years of research, the world’s first chair designed specifically for napping combines stylish design with ergonomic functionality to create the ideal energy enhancing environment.

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Unique Anglerfish Chair by Ontwerpers


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Designers at Ontwerpers have come up with Anglerfish Chair – an unique chair inspired by the creatures in the sea anglerfish that can emit light from escas to meanrik prey. Anglerfish Chair makes you feel at home when sitting and reading, because it is equipped with headlights that can give light. Use of ergonomic and back color reminiscent of a concept of color on the fish scales. Anglerfish Chair for both outdoor and indoor.

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Hammock Chair by Benjamin Hubert


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British designer Benjamin Hubert has created “Cradle”, a unique blend of two typologies of seating, a net structured hammock and a conventional upholstered lounge chair. The chair’s aesthetic is purposefully architectural with a sharp rectilinear backrest contrasted with a softer seating area, breaking traditional rules of seating typology and styling. “Cradle” utilises a custom-made cut pattern that allows a non-elastic textile to perform in a three dimensional way. This allows for the correct tension to comfortably support the body and both visually and physically reduces the product’s weight .

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“Przelany” Armchair by Wamhouse


 

03 01Polish design studio WAMHOUSE recently has created the new armchair “Przelany”. At the first look it looks more like a digital art piece than an actual armchair. The chair seems to be modeled after a pot pouring out coffee – the main chair is shaped like a pot and the way the back of the seat sprays out like a splash of liquid is slightly unreal. The spilling back of the Przelany Armchair is designed two colors – chocolate and red.

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Parabolica by Stefan Heiliger


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This interesting chair, Parbolica created by designer Stefan Heiliger. The powerful shape of this “reddot” winner makes the swivel armchair a fantastic object in your living room, which you round off with the covering combination of your choice. The inverted dish-shaped foot is finished in brushed aluminum. With its asymmetric shape, Parabolica offers the user three different moments: reclined and relaxed, sitting “normally” or working with the armrest as a worktop. The multiple award-winning Parabolica has various covering options available for outside, edging and inside.

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Simpsons Chair Set By 56th Studio.


56th Studio, a multidisciplinary design studio in Bangkok, made chairs in the images of four characters from The Simpsons.

The Pipe Chair.


Designers get inspiration from various and sometimes wierd things. For example, the following Pipe Chair was obviously was inspired by a pipe. This creative chair was designed by Russian industrial designer Yaroslav Rassadin. Being a part of Yaroslav’s series of furniture called “Stream”, the Pipe Chair has a form that imitates the classic form of a pipe. It’s coated with soft surfaces and keeping all ergonomic standards. The Pipe Chair hasn’t been produced yet and it’s still a concept.

Sexy Seating.


I’ll do my best to not sound pornographic when describing this design, but the truth is that this is one sexy piece. The JOKI bench’s curves have a sensual aesthetic that is also functional as it contours the human body perfectly. The fluid shape was carefully planned so the modular pieces can be recombined to align perfectly no matter which ends you combine.

The Hug Chair.


If you’ve ever had someone sit in your lap, you know that 15 minutes is about the max your legs can handle. For me, when a girl has a nicely proportioned bottom (just the way I like it)… it’s really not fair. The Hug chair brings simple design and human gesture together for that extra time you want to sit with your significant other. When you’re away from your special someone the extra seat doubles as a convenient space, perfect for catching up on video chat.

The Mercedes-Benz Furniture Collection.


A while back I reported on a furniture collection by Aston Martin.  Since then it seems like another car company has jumped on the same train.  The new furniture collection by Mercedes-Benz Style will be making its world debut during Milan’s “design week” with a special Fuorisalone event.  The collection is made and distributed worldwide by Formitalia Luxury Group and brings the reality of research and material quality that is inherent in Mercedes automotive products into the home.  The presentation will take place from 16th April till 21st April 2012 at Mercedes-Benz Milano S.p.A., Via Daimler, 1 – 20151 Milano.

Murakami Rocking Chair.


The Murakami Chair’s attached lamp powered by your rocking back and forth, a good idea. Designed by Rochus Jacob. The Chair’s OLED lamp even senses when it’s light or dark out. And it has a battery pack which stores ‘your rocking’ in the daylight.

The Secret Stashes of Yiting Cheng.


The title of this post may seem like the name of some whimsical children’s book, but its quite the contrary.  Designer Yiting Cheng must live around some pretty shifty folks to come up with some of the techniques for hiding everyday objects.  From desks, to glasses of milk, to book shelves, Cheng has designed a series of everyday objects that you can use to hide things in plain sight.  Very useful if you spend time around people who love to snoop through your stuff.

 

The Jack Chair.


French product designer Arthur Bodolec has created ‘jack’, a stool that can be brought to ‘life’ through a simple touch. imagining a world where objects can be woken up, given life and take form to express themselves, ‘jack’ is the first in a series of designs that transforms from an inert stool to a full functioning chair.